Bisonte Palace

Marcelo T. de Alvear 910, Buenos Aires, Capital Federal District, 1058AAN, Argentina | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Buenos Aires

The Tango Capital

A travel blog entry by bumihills

Buenos Aires was our favorite "big city" we visited. It is definitely the "Paris" of South America with its broad avenues and European architecture. We loved walking the city and enjoyed the wonderful food, especially the Italian restaurants and Italian ice cream. We saw the huge soccer stadium where Argentinians flock, La Boca District with its …

It's Been Awhile

A travel blog entry by pregester


... we got to the counter and once there were told that there were no flights to DC until the next problem for us....we have plenty of time. We are finally booked on an Air France flight the next morning. So now we have to wait about 45 minutes to get a voucher for a hotel. We get a voucher for the Hilton which is adjacent to the airport...again no problem. We get to the hotel and they know nothing about out voucher ...

Big Bad Bustling Buenos!

A travel blog entry by gerad-and-lisa


... after being on a bus for 4 days but our luck turned around when we found Chill Inn, a brand new hostel (about 2 months old) run by absolute legends. The place was spotless, in an great area, piping hot showers and the included breakfast was great. We had a few things we wanted to do while we were in Mendoza, the first one being a tour through the wineries Mendoza is famous for. We chose to do a self guided tour where we just hired bikes and ...

Day 27: It Take's 2 to Tango

A travel blog entry by msj322


... onto the guests.

The idea of the show was to depict the history of Tango. From it's early beginnings, the transformation, and what it is today. You could see how the dance has evolved over the years. In particular the clothing selection and the sensuality. The dances got more risque as the night progressed.

Not only did they have dancing, but alot of opera and singing pieces. A live band ...

Waking up on the bus to Buenos Aires

A travel blog entry by tjarnen


... is. Then we continued down Avenida de Mayo down to Plaza de Mayo. There was a demonstration at the square, held by young people, wanting to legalize marijuana. When we got up to the street called Florida, loads of people along that street wants to change Argentinian Pesos into US-dollars. Some of us needed to change and we got a pretty good rate, 9,1 Pesos to 1 dollar. I think the official rate is still below 6 to 1. After changing the money, me and ...

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This hotel, located in the Retiro area of Buenos Aires, is near Puerto Madero, Edificio Kavanagh, Walichu Caves, and Lagos de Palermo Golf Club.
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